830curriculum vitae

EDUCATION

EARNED DEGREES

Master of Fine Arts, Film and Video Production, University of North Carolina at Greensboro. May 1992.

Bachelor of Arts, Broadcasting and Cinema, University of North Carolina at Greensboro. December 1986.

Associate of Arts, Montreat-Anderson College. June 1983.

ADDITIONAL TRAINING

Color Correction with Avid Media Composer (239). Future Media Concepts, Chicago, IL. August 2013.
ProTools Production (201); Post Production Techniques (210P). Future Media Concepts, New York, NY. July 2008.
Digidesign ProTools (101); Essentials of Pro Tools (110). Future Media Concepts, New York, NY. July 2007.
Editing with Avid Media Composer (101); Advanced Techniques for Avid Media Composer (201); Advanced Avid Media Composer Effects (305). Future Media Concepts, Chicago, IL. July 2007.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Assistant Professor of Art, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania.  2018 to present.  Courses Taught:  Film & Video Production I; Film & Video Production II; Film & Video Production IV; Lighting and Sound Design

Associate Professor of Communication Arts & Sciences, Calvin College.  2005 to 2014. Courses Taught: Introduction to Digital Filmmaking; Intermediate Digital Filmmaking (Documentary); Multi-Camera Studio Production; Advanced Digital Filmmaking; Digital Audio Production; Oral Rhetoric; Independent Study; Communication and Culture; Producing Media for Worship.

Associate Professor of Communication, Montreat College. 1998 to 2003. Courses Taught: The American Western (an Elderhostel course); Applied Stage Directing; English Composition; Development of Broadcasting; Development of Cinema; Editing Workshop; Field Education; Graphic and Photojournalism; Introductory, Intermediate, and Advanced Acting; Introductory and Intermediate Journalism; Introductory, Intermediate, and Advanced Stagecraft; Principles of Speech; Public Affairs Communication; Novels into Film.

Assistant Professor of English Communication, Montreat College. 1992 to 1998. Courses Taught: Applied Stage Directing; English Composition; Development of Broadcasting; Development of Cinema; Editing Workshop; Field Education; Graphic and Photojournalism; Introductory, Intermediate, and Advanced Acting; Introductory and Intermediate Journalism; Introductory, Intermediate, and Advanced Stagecraft; Oral Interpretation; Principles of Speech; Public Affairs Communication; Public Speaking and Presentation; Theater Practicum.

Internship Supervisor and Private Tutor. As principal of a media production company, I’ve supervised interns from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Montreat College, and Calvin College. Typically, students are involved in research, videography, sound recording, and post-post-production tasks. 1992 – present.

Graduate Instructor, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Courses taught: Advanced Film Laboratory; Development of Broadcasting; News and Documentary in Broadcasting and Cinema. September 1991 to May 1992.

Graduate Teaching Assistant, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Course taught: Development of Cinema. September 1990 to May 1991.

RELATED WORK EXPERIENCE

Principal, Full Circle Media, 1992 to present.

Video Technician and Director, The Billy Graham Training Center at The Cove. 1996-1999.

Camera Operator, USI, Inc., a mobile production company specializing in sporting events and music videos. 1997.

CREATIVE PROJECTS: FILM

ART100: Videoscape (Producer, Editor).  A promotional installation commissioned by the Office of Alumni Engagement and the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences to celebrate the centenary of Edinboro University’s Art Department. Originally projected in four panels on adjoining facades of the Doucette Hall exterior. September 2019.

Cinema 50 (Producer, Editor).  A fifty-year retrospective of student films, formatted for architectural projection on the facade of Doucette Hall, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania.  May 2, 2019.

Weinkauf Remembers (Producer, Editor).  Documentary recounting the early years of the Edinboro University Cinema program.  Dave Weinkauf Film Festival.  May 2, 2019.

Ordnung (Co-Writer with Megan Ciaffre and Salvatore Frederick).  Narrative short film.  Based on the true story of the schizophrenic Amish killer Edward Gingerich.

Official Selection, Reading Film Fest.  Reading, PA.  October 31, 2019.
Official Selection, New York Independent Aphrodite Film Awards.  New York, NY.  May 1, 2019.

Seventeen (Writer).  Narrative short film.  This atmospheric tale follows two men to the end of their unconventional relationship.  December 13, 2018.

Official Selection, Pittsburgh Independent Film Festival.  Pittsburgh, PA.  June 23, 2019.

More Than Meets the Ear (Producer, Director, Writer). Advocacy film. Board-certified music therapists work to improve quality of life among clients with autism and dementia. Commissioned by the Franciscan Life Process Center. 2017.

Next Stop (Writer).  Narrative short film.  A Thanksgiving charity recipient surprises delivery volunteers.

Official Selection, RE: Image Film Festival.  Trenton, NJ.  April 6, 2014.
Official Selection, Flint Film Festival.  Flint, MI.  October 11, 2013.
Official Selection, The Mosaic Film Experience.  Kentwood, MI.  November 2, 2013.

Staying was Good (Writer).  Narrative short film.  A man breaks up with a woman who can tell the future.

Official Selection, Timecode: NOLA Film Fest.  New Orleans, LA.  September 20, 2013.

The Beaten Path (Co-Writer with Nicholas Afton). Narrative short film. An horrific accident mars a winter mountain biking trip.

Official Selection, All Sports Los Angeles Film Festival.  Los Angeles, CA.  November 8, 2013.
Official Selection, Made-in-Michigan Film Festival.  Frankenmuth, MI.  October 18, 2013.
Official Selection, Kalamazoo Bicycle Film Festival.  Kalamazoo, MI.  June 1, 2013.

Sugar High (Writer). Narrative short film. Three trick-or-treaters debate the disposal of prescription medication.

Official Selection, Chiaroscuro International Film Series. Grand Rapids, MI. Feburary 2013.

Salvage (Writer). Narrative short film. As their relationship comes to an end, one man worries if he’ll be remembered by the other.

Official Selection, Snake Alley Festival of Film. Burlington, IA. June 7, 2012.
Official Selection, Columbia Gorge International Film Festival. Vancouver, WA. August 18, 2012.
Official Selection, Bare Bones International Film and Music Festival. Muskogee, OK. April 2012.

Snapshot (Writer). Narrative short film. A killer and his victim debate the merits of Facebook.

Official Selection, Thriller! Chiller! Film Festival. Grand Rapids, MI. October 19, 2012.
Official Selection, Chicago International Reel Short Film Festival. Chicago, IL. September 17, 2011.

Four Minutes Later (Writer). Narrative short film. Scavenger buddies remember a special birthday party.

Official Selection, Central States Communication Association. Milwaukee, WI. April 8, 2011.

A Shared Space: Learning from the Mustard Seed School (Producer, Director, Editor, Writer). A documentary about a diverse Christian school in Hoboken, NJ, whose progressive integration of fine arts, worship, and community service, is attracting national attention.

Screening w/Q&A, Christian Schools International. Grand Rapids, MI. November 3, 2011.
Screening w/Q&A. Christian Educators Association. South Bend, IN. October 13, 2011
Screening with Peer Review. University Film and Video Association. Emerson College, Boston, MA. August 5, 2011.
Screening w/Q&A. Van Lunen Fellows Alumni Reunion. Grand Rapids, MI. July 15, 2011.
Official Selection, 2011 Hoboken International Film Festival, Hoboken, NJ. June 3-9, 2011.
Screening w/Q&A. Kuyers Institute Board. Grand Rapids, MI. May 18, 2011.
Winner, Bronze Telly Award, Cinematography/Videography. May 2011.
Winner, Bronze Telly Award, Charitable/Not-for-profit films. May 2011.
Screening w/Q&A. Covenant College. Lookout Mountain, GA. March 21, 2011.
Screening w/Q&A. Calvin College. Grand Rapids, MI. February 11, 2011.
World Premiere w/Q&A, Liberty Science Center, Jersey City, NJ. November 5, 2010.

Student Profile (Producer, Director, Editor). Webisode to accompany A Shared Space. November 5, 2010.
Viking Literacy (Producer, Director, Editor). Webisode to accompany A Shared Space. November 4, 2010.
Subterranean Specialists (Producer, Director, Editor). Webisode to accompany A Shared Space. November 3, 2010.
Language Arts (Producer, Director, Editor). Webisode to accompany A Shared Space. November 2, 2010.
Kodàly Folk Music (Producer, Director, Editor). Webisode to accompany A Shared Space. November 5, 2010.
‘No Help’ Homework (Producer, Director, Editor). Webisode to accompany A Shared Space. October 29, 2010.
Alumnus Profile (Producer, Director, Editor). Webisode to accompany A Shared Space. October 28, 2010.
Area and Multiplication (Producer, Director, Editor). Webisode to accompany A Shared Space. October 27, 2010.
Trustees and Parents (Producer, Director, Editor). Webisode to accompany A Shared Space. October 26, 2010.
Meetings Without Stigma (Producer, Director, Editor). Webisode to accompany A Shared Space. October 25, 2010.
Math Instruction at the Mustard Seed School (Producer, Director, Editor). Supplemental webisode. May 2010.

An Invincible Summer (Producer, Director, Editor, Writer). An orientation to West Michigan Community Mental Health Services. December 2009.

Hope of the Quechua (Producer, Director, Editor, Writer). The documentary chronicles community development initiatives in indigenous villages of Ecuador’s Andes. Commissioned by The Muller Charitable Fund for the Christian World Relief Committee. November 2006.

Inaugural Winner, “Top Short Documentary,” Central States Communication Association. Presented with panel discussion at the CSCA Annual Conference. St. Louis, MO. April 4, 2009.
Broadcast Premiere, PBS WGVU-TV. Grand Rapids, MI. February 22, 2009.
Semi-finalist, InterVarsity Graduate & Faculty Ministries Bosscher-Hammond Prize for the integration of faith, learning, and practice. November 2008.
Winner, Silver Davey Award, International Academy of the Visual Arts, Charitable/Non-profit films, November 2008.
Winner, Silver Davey Award, International Academy of the Visual Arts, Spiritual/Religious films, November 2008.
Winner, Silver Davey Award, International Academy of the Visual Arts, Fund Raising films, November 2008.
Official Selection, 2008 Arpa International Film Festival, Grauman’s Egyptian Theatre, Hollywood, CA. October 24-26, 2008.
Official Selection, COMMFFEST Global Community Film Festival, Toronto, ON. September 26-28, 2008.
Screened and reviewed by the University Film and Video Association. Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO. August 12-16, 2008.
Winner, 2008 Bronze Telly Award, Charitable/Not-for-profit films. May 2008.
Winner, 2008 Bronze Telly Award, Fund Raising Films. May 2008.

An Essential Guide to Public Speaking (Producer, Director, Editor). A promotional film for the book by the same name. Commissioned by Baker Books. 2006.

Everything I Needed to Know About Public Speaking, I Learned at the Movies (Producer, Editor). Commissioned by and first screened for the Calvin Workshops for Communication, Grand Rapids, MI. 2005.

Sprouted: Prophecy in Produce (Producer, Director, Editor). This narrative worship film was commissioned by and first screened for Montreat Presbyterian Church as an Advent meditation on Isaiah 9. Montreat, NC. 2004.

Psalm 121 (Producer, Director, Editor). This travelogue call to worship was commissioned by and first screened for Montreat Presbyterian Church, where it was accompanied by live musical accompaniment by B. Braboy. Montreat, NC. 2004. It has since been screened in devotional settings such as the 2005 Calvin Workshops for Communication and the 2006 Kuiper Seminar.

Creed (Producer, Director, Editor). This experimental worship film was commissioned by and first screened for Montreat Presbyterian Church as a meditation on the Apostles’ Creed. Montreat, NC. 2004.

Thirty-Three (Producer, Director, Editor). This experimental meditation on Psalm 33 was commissioned by and first screened for the Worship & Technology Conference, Third Christian Reformed Church, Denver, CO. 2004. It has since been screened in devotional settings such as Calvin College’s 2005 Festival of Psalms and in John Witvliet’s presentation to the 2007 Worship Arts Symposium, “The Biblical Psalms in Christian Worship.”

FutureWorship 1.0 (Producer, Director, Editor). This documentary – commissioned by the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship first screened at its 2004 Worship Arts Symposium – chronicles the use of multi-media technology in seven small churches. 2004.

Hickman Permasnap Installation.
Hickman Safeguard Installation.
Hickman Econosnap Installation. (Director). This trilogy of industrial videos was commissioned by the W.P. Hickman Co. in Asheville, NC. Copies were sent to North American jobsites, instructing workers in the safe installation of aluminum roofing products. 1992.

Hickman: The Leading Edge. (Director). This corporate image video was commissioned by the W.P. Hickman Co. in Asheville, NC, to represent the company at trade shows. 1992.

Androgyny (Producer, Director, Editor). This M.F.A. thesis film is an experimental dance video which explores gender roles as identified through visual images and movement. Greensboro, NC. 1992.

Falloff (Co-Director, Editor). The experimental dance piece employs projected images of antique neon to explore light’s propensity fall off irregular surfaces. Greensboro, NC. 1991.

Diplôme du Court-Métrage, 17th International Festival, Belgium. 1992.
Finalist, East/West Confrontation Festival, Hungary. 1992.
Jurors’ Choice Award. Carolina Film and Video Festival. 1992.
Emmy Award. Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Region 5. 1992.
C.I.N.E. Eagle Award. Council on International Nontheatrical Events. 1991.

CREATIVE PROJECTS: MULTI-MEDIA

3xM. (Producer, Director, Writer). 3xM commissioned this fundraising/promotional presentation to explain to prospective donors its mission supporting Christian television in Africa and Eastern Europe. 2006.

Where Is Your Path Leading You? An image/awareness piece commissioned by the Calvin Theological Seminary for use at Jubilee, the Conference of the Coalition for Christian Outreach. 2006.

The Cry of the Whole Congregation. (Producer, Director, Editor). A live worship performance of actors and musicians augmented by PowerPoint, video, and multi-sensory effects. Commissioned by the Montreat Presbyterian Church of Montreat, NC. April 8, 2001.

The Presidents: In Their Own Words. (Producer, Director, Editor, Writer). A live performance of actors and musicians augmented by PowerPoint and video. Commissioned by Montreat College (Montreat, NC) for its Board of Visitors. October 27, 2000.

CREATIVE PROJECTS: THEATER

The Diary of Adam and Eve. (Producer). The Greybeard Players. Montreat, NC. November 15-17, 2001.

The Voice of the Prairie. (Director). The Greybeard Players. Montreat, NC. April 19-21, 2001.

And Jack Fell Down. (Producer). The Greybeard Players, Montreat, NC. November 18-20, 1999.

The Glass Menagerie. (Director). The Greybeard Players, Montreat, NC. February 5-7. 1998.

The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. (Director). The Greybeard Players in residence at the Black Mountain Primary School, Black Mountain, NC. March 12-13, 1999.

The Application and The Stonewater Rapture. (Director). Co-production of the Montreat College Christian Ministries Division and The Greybeard Players, Montreat, NC. April 24-26, 1997.

Chinamen. (Producer). The Greybeard Players, Montreat, NC. November 21-23, 1996.

The Late Christopher Bean. (Director). The Greybeard Players, Montreat, NC. April 18-20, 1996.

The Artist’s Model; The Walrus Said and Goodnight, Sweet Mother. (Producer). The Greybeard Players, Montreat, NC. November 30 – December 2, 1995.

Fortress. (Director) The Greybeard Players, Montreat, NC. April 18-20, 1995.

Bill W. and Dr. Bob. (Producer). The Greybeard Players, Montreat, NC. December 1-3, 1994.

Whence. (Producer). The Greybeard Players, Montreat, NC. October 1994.

The Lion in Winter. (Director). The Greybeard Players, Montreat, NC. April 14-17, 1994.

Screwtape. (Producer). The Greybeard Players, Montreat, NC. November 18-20, 1993.

An Interview with the Sphinx; God’s Spies; and Ledge, Ledger, and the Legend. (Producer). The Greybeard Players, Montreat, NC. October 7-9, 1993.

Arms and the Man. (Director). The Greybeard Players, Montreat, NC. April 22-24, 1993.

Balcony Scene and The Wooden Pear. (Producer). The Greybeard Players, Montreat, NC. February 1993.

Steak Night and As Angels Watch. (Director). The Greybeard Players, Montreat, NC. November 1992.

The Freezer and Death Knocks. (Director). The Greybeard Players, Montreat, NC. October 1992.

The Zoo Story. (Director). Taylor Studio Theatre, Greensboro, NC. November 18, 1991.

PUBLICATIONS

Fuller, Brian D. and Edwards E.D. “Integrity, Family, and Consent: The Ontological Angst of Jessica Jones.” in Jessica Jones, Scarred Superhero: Essays on Gender, Trauma and Addiction in the Netflix Series. March 2018.

Richmond, S.A., Spence P.R., and Fuller B. “Using the Wiki in the College Classroom.” Academic Exchange Quarterly, Summer 2011.

Spence, P.R. and Fuller B. “Media” entry in The Encyclopedia of Disaster Relief. Sage Publications, December 2010.

Fuller, Brian D. “Worship Media: More than PowerPoint” in Understanding Evangelical Media. InterVarsity Press, July 2008.

Fuller, Brian D. Review of Hollywood Worldviews: Watching Films with Wisdom & Discernment by Brian Godawa. Downer’s Grove, Illinois: InterVarsity Press, 2002. The Journal of Youth Ministry. Fall 2003.

Fuller, Brian D. Public Speaking and Presentations, student and faculty texts, offered by Montreat College’s School for Professional and Adult Studies. 1994.

PRESENTATIONS

“An Apprenticeship Model for Collaborating Professionally with Students.”  University Film and Video Association.  American University.  Washington, D.C. August 6, 2015.

“Faithful Filmmaking.”  Church of the Servant, Grand Rapids, MI.  December 4, 2013.

“Making Worship Videos [Awful]: The Care and Feeding of Filmmakers.” Calvin Symposium on Worship, Grand Rapids, MI. January 25-26, 2013.

Not Necessarily the News: A Web-based Model for Teaching Live Multi-Camera Studio Production.” University Film and Video Association. Emerson College. Boston, MA. August 5, 2011.

“Everything you need to know about film making.” Covenant College Theatre and Film Studies Department. Lookout Mountain, GA. March 21, 2011.

“Making The Hope of the Quechua: A Filmmaker discusses community development.” Covenant College Community Development Department. Lookout Mountain, GA. March 21, 2011.

“Media and the Evangelical Church.” East Congregational UCC. February 27, 2011.

“Stop Reading Your Bible: Multi-Sensory Incarnation for Families.” Teacher’s Mini-Retreat, Covenant-First Presbyterian Church, Cincinnati, OH. July 19, 2009.

“Publishing Student Work Online.” Teaching Media Production at a Christian College or University. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI. June 19, 2009

“Media Production as Holistic Character Formation.” Teaching Media Production at a Christian College or University. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI. June 18, 2009.

“Liturgical Media Art.” Worship Alive! First Presbyterian Church, Birmingham, MI. November 15, 2008.

Respondent, Spudnik by Jeff Warmouth. University Film and Video Association Annual Conference, Colorado Springs, CO. August 14, 2008.

“Media-Related Art and Its Use in Worship.” Calvin Theological Seminary. April 17, 2008.

“Media and Technology in Worship.” Calvin Theological Seminary. January 7, 2008.

“Teaching Worldview Holistically through Media Production” Religious Communication Association Annual Pre-Conference. Chicago, IL. November 14, 2007.

“Multi-Media and Multi-Cultural.” Anaheim Christian Reformed Church. Anaheim, CA. August 25, 2007.

“Theology through Film.” A.W. Tozer Theological Seminary, Redding, CA. August 20-24, 2007.

“Multimedia, Multisensory, Multicultural.” Multi-Ethnic Conference of the Christian Reformed Church of North America. Grand Rapids, MI. June 9, 2007.

“Electronic Multimedia for Worship: Principles and Process.” Calvin Symposium on Worship, Grand Rapids, MI. January 26-28, 2006.

“Ancient/Future Worship: Workshops in Multisensory Multimedia.” Workshop Leader with Robert Redman. Western Theological Seminary, Portland, OR. November 8-10, 2005.

“Digital Photography for Worship.” Workshop Leader with Steve Koster. Calvin Workshops in Communication (Co-sponsored by the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship), Grand Rapids, MI. October 1, 2005.

“Power Point Aesthetics for Students and Teachers of Speech.” Calvin Workshops in Communication, Grand Rapids, MI. June 25, 2005.

“Communicating Christ with Creativity.” Workshop Leader. Western Theological Seminary, Portland, OR. August 30-September 3, 2004.

“Creative Process and Principles for Multimedia in Worship.” Workshop Leader with Robb Redman. Calvin Workshops in Media and Theatre. Grand Rapids, MI. August 2-6, 2004.

“What Movies Make Us.” Plenary Speaker, Men’s Retreat. Forest Hills Presbyterian Church. San Antonio, TX. July 9-11, 2004.

“Creative Principles and Process of Multimedia Communication.” Presentations at Worship and Technology Conference. Third Christian Reformed Church, Denver, CO. May 1, 2004.

“Creative Principles and Process of Multimedia Communication.” Presentations at Arts in Worship Niagara Conference. Central Gospel Temple, St. Catharine’s, Ontario. March 26-27, 2004.

“Designing Effective PowerPoint Presentations” Calvin Symposium on Worship and the Arts, Grand Rapids, MI. January 28-31, 2004.

“Models for Technology Use in Churches: Reports on Seven Congregational Visits.” Workshop Leader with Robb Redman. Calvin Symposium on Worship and the Arts, Grand Rapids, MI. January 28-31, 2004

“Toward a Christian Aesthetic of PowerPoint.” Communicating Well for Ministry in a Technological Age, Calvin College Seminars in Christian Scholarship, Grand Rapids, MI. July 18 & 21, 2003.

“The Place of Censorship in a Christian College.” British Union Debate for the Alpha Chi Honor Society Scholar Lecture Series. Montreat College, 1996.

“No More Inside Peeks: Church and Para-Church as Media Outsiders.” Communication in the Christian College Classroom… And Beyond. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI. June 6, 1996.

Atomic Imagery in Animated Japanese Science Fiction.” The Society for Animation Studies. Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY. October 6, 1991.

GRANTS

McGregor Fellowship to support a forthcoming film about the camera obscura. Feburary 2013.

Kuyers International Programs Fund grant for a pilot program to subsidize travel expenses for student videographers seconded to interim classes in Ecuador and the American Southwest. December 2012.

Calvin Alumni Association grant to hire student interns as assistant editors for A Shared Space: Learning from the Mustard Seed School. February 2010.

Kuyers Institute for Christian Teaching and Learning grant to support the production of A Shared Space: Learning from the Mustard Seed School. May 2009.

Mustard Seed Advisory Council grant to support the production of A Shared Space: Learning from the Mustard Seed School. March 2009.

McGregor Fellowship to support a forthcoming film about the camera obscura. March 2009.

Summer Calvin Research Fellowship to support a forthcoming film about the camera obscura. March 2009.

Interim Teaching Leave 2010. Awarded by the Calvin College Academic Dean to support the production of A Shared Space: Learning from the Mustard Seed School. February 2009.

Mason County Community Foundation Grant to support An Invincible Summer, an orientation to West Michigan Community Mental Health Services. November 2008.

Muller Charitable Fund Media Production Equipment Purchase Grant to support the production of The Hope of the Quechua. June 2006.

Lilly Worship Renewal Grant from the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship to lead two, four-day workshops in multi-sensory multimedia worship techniques. June 2005.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

The Association of Pennsylvania State Colleges and University Faculties.  2018 to present.

University Film and Video Association. 2006 to present.

Alpha Psi Omega (advisor of Montreat College’s Alpha Beta Zeta cast). August 1994 to May 2003.
Conference on Christianity and Literature. Publicity Chairman for the Southeastern Regional Celebration of the C.S. Lewis Centenary. 1997-1998.

Society for Animation Studies. 1991-1992.

COLLEGE PROJECTS & PRESENTATIONS

Edinboro University of Pennsylvania

University Wide Sabbatical Committee.  Representative for the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.  2019 to 2021.

Art Department Curriculum Committee. 2018-2019.

Animation Search Committee. 2018-2019.

Equipment Inventory System. Collaboration with the Baron-Forness Library’s Anthony McMullen and Elisa Mason to digitize and automate equipment circulation and late fines. Includes standardized labeling and rewrite of all loan policies. Anticipated completion February 2020.

Cinema Area Signage. Collaboration with Terri Moats. Designed and supervised installation of a student recruitment/retention initiative to label the Doucette classrooms and laboratories for film and animation. Branded artwork and short videos identify the purpose and benefits of each space for touring visitors. Anticipated completion November 2019.

Poster Gallery. Supervised framing and installation of posters highlighting stop-motion films on which EUP graduates have worked. October 2019. Two additional galleries in process.

Film Candidacy. Collaboration with the Center for Career Development’s Monica Clem. Redesign of the sophomore candidacy application and process to require work samples, Vimeo film portfolio, LinkedIn profile, cover letter, business cards, and website review as the first step in a graduate job search. Template adapted by the entire Art Department. Inaugural applications received September 2019.

Audio Recording Studio. Collaboration with Peter Brauen. Supervised the design and construction of a new recording facility (G7A). Completed August 2019.

Summer Scots Visit Day. Represented the Cinema Program in presentations and discussions with prospective families. July 19, 2019.

Equipment Loan Inventory, Repair, and Purchasing.  Comprehensive initiative to replace missing and repair broken items with an emphasis on standardizing portable kits for student checkout.  Summer 2019.

Film Webpage. Responsible for authoring and providing content for the department’s redesign. 2018-2019.

Soundstage Redesign and Renovation. Includes hard-cyc green screen removal and replacement; securing bids for track, curtain, and lighting grid; and grant-writing with Rosemari Graham, Director of Grants and Sponsored Programs. 2018 to present.

Audio Recording Booth. Relocation of soundproof enclosure to Doucette 109. Rewiring/reconfiguration so students will be able to record professional audio directly to the server from the classroom’s existing computer work stations. Includes new speaker system to accommodate the existing projection and new audio recording systems. 2018 to present.

Post-production Laboratories. Supervised the creation and renovation of four work stations for video editing, audio mixing, and color grading. The spaces in which filmmakers will work are designed to be spectrally neutral with a high noise reduction coefficient. Two are newly configured for professional audio signal routing. All are secured with keypads, restricting access to students with individual entry codes.  March 2019.

Cinema Area Signage. A student recruitment/retention initiative to label the Doucette workspaces for film and animation. The G3 corridor has been painted. Each door therein now identifies the project work, equipment, and software associated with each room. Two poster galleries have been hung: one highlighting films on which EUP graduates have worked; a second commemorating the campus’s biannual film festivals. January 2019.

FA18 Film Festival. Collaboration with Brad Patullo and Film Club President Noah Shettel. Assembled the program timeline, introduced by a behind-the-scenes sizzle reel. Arranged for a catered reception, a step-and-repeat, and (with significant support from Learning Technology Specialist Dan Mitchell) a new projector for Doucette 119. December 2018.

Server-Based Editing. Established in concert with Information Technology’s Adam Rupert which allows students to share massive media files at every stage of post-production. More than facilitating workflow convenience, server-based editing trains our graduates in a high-demand industry skill. Fall 2018.

Film Area Purchasing. Reconfigured in collaboration with Assistant Controller Sean Bliley, mechanisms are now in place to subsidize upper-level student film production, specifically providing for project entry in national festivals and the hiring of professional actors. Fall 2018.

Open House. Represented the Cinema Program in presentations and discussions with prospective families. October 20, 2018.

Equipment Loan Office. Redesign and replacement of all shelving units, lockers, and work surfaces. Includes mold and mildew abatement. Creation of secure auxiliary storage. Fall 2018.

Equipment Purchasing. Comprehensive purchasing initiative to replace missing and broken items. Includes retirement of obsolete equipment for auction. Fall 2018.

Calvin College

Master Clinician Sessions in Speech Pathology at Calvin College. (Executive Producer) A series of ten, half-hour training videos. May 2011.

Alumni Profile: Tim Katt. (Producer). Promotional video for Calvin College’s Media Production Major. May 2011.

Alumni Profile: Lauren Bayliss. (Producer). Promotional video for Calvin College’s Media Production Major. May 2011.

Alumni Profile: Alexa Hook. (Producer). Promotional video for Calvin College’s Media Production Major. May 2011.

Alumni Profile: Nate VanderPlas. (Producer). Promotional video for Calvin College’s Media Production Major. December 2010.

Alumni Profile: Kyle Berkompas. (Producer). Promotional video for Calvin College’s Media Production Major. December 2010.

“Faith and Affluence.” QUEST Workshop. September 2-4, 2010.

Alumni Profile: Rachel Kolb. (Producer). Promotional video for Calvin College’s Media Production Major. May 2010.

Promotional multimedia for Media Production major. Bytwerk Lobby, DeVos Communication Center. March 2010.

Making People. (Producer, Editor). Promotional video for Calvin College’s Media Production Major. March 2010.

Supervisor, CAS Department Mentoring Scholar. 2009-2010.

“The Place of Rabbinical Hospitality in Teaching.” Address to McGregor Research Fellows. Calvin College. Grand Rapids, MI. June 8, 2009.

“Wikis: A Clearinghouse of Experimental Knowledge.” Fourth Annual Teaching and Learning with Technology Showcase. Calvin College. Grand Rapids, MI. April 1, 2009.

“Diversity and Inequality in Communication.” Invited Lecture, SOC 250 – Diversity and Inequality in the United States. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI. April 17, 2006. April 14, 2009.

Promotional multimedia for Communication Arts and Sciences Majors. DeVos Lobby. April 2006.

DVD Producer, CAS Student & Faculty Productions. Supervisor and designer of departmental media project compilations for distribution and exhibition. January 2006 to present.

“Media & Technology in Worship.” Invited Lecture, Foundations of Ministry II. Calvin Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, MI. December 19, 2005.

“Just Because I’m White Doesn’t Mean I’m a Racist.” Panel Participant. Calvin College UnLearn Week, Grand Rapids, MI. October 13, 2005.

Montreat College

Author, English Department Student Satisfaction Survey (a cooperative project with the Director of Institutional Research). 2003.

Designer, Library Multi-Media Carrel. The facility allows students and faculty access to CDs, Laser Discs, DVDs, VHS tapes, audio cassettes and vinyl LPs. 2001.

Designer, Music Department Promotional Materials (includes brochures, posters, and web sites). 2000.

Designer/Installer, Belk Classroom Presentational Technology System. 1998.

Chair, Department of Communication Arts. 1998 – 2002. Co-author of the department’s Collection Development Policy. Co-author of the department’s new major proposal.

Editor, Friends of the Arts Newsletter. 1996-1997.

Faculty Representative to the Board of Trustees. 1997.

Humanities Division Web Page Administrator. 1998 to 2003.

Liaison between alumni of the Communication Program and the Office of Advancement, resulting in the establishment of scholarships for drama students.

Peer Review Triad. 1996, 2000.

Editor, archived Ellis Island footage for use in 20th Century History course. 2001.

OTHER ACADEMIC & COMMUNITY SERVICE

Guest Editorial Board Member, The Northwest Journal of Communication. Special Issue: Communication and Crisis. Winter 2010.

Organizer for the regional conference, Teaching Media Production at a Christian College or University. Gainey Institute. Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI. June 18-19, 2009.

Videographer, Black Mountain Primary School. Producer of Classroom Videos for National Teacher Certification. Black Mountain, NC. 2001.

Webmaster, Montreat Presbyterian Church. www.montreatpres.org. Montreat, NC. 2002 to 2004.

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